Pathaan, starring Shah Rukh Khan, may not be shown in Madhya Pradesh after state Home Minister Dr. Narottam Mishra became upset with the use of saffron-colored costumes in the movie. If certain shots are not changed, Minister Narottam Mishra threatened to have Pathaan banned in Madhya Pradesh, claiming that the movie contains unpleasant scenes and that the filming was done very incorrectly.In a statement to the media, BJP minister Narrotam Mishra voiced his disapproval of Deepika’s attire and referred to her as an active member of the “Tukde Tukde gang.”
Gaane me upyog ki gai veshbhusha behad appattijanak hai, Mishra said. Dushit maansikta ke karan, ye filmaya gaya gaana, saaf dikh raha hai. (The clothing choices made in the song are reprehensible. Waise bhi, Deepika Padukone ji Tukde Tukde gang ki samarthak rahi hai JNU incident me.) It is clear how the music conveys a soiled mentality. Anyhow, during the JNU crisis, Deepika Padukone supported the Tukde Tukde gang.And he said, “And islye main ye nivedan karuga ki iske drishyon, veshbhusha ko theek karein. This is the reason I ask the filmmakers to cut certain parts, Anyatha Madhya Pradesh me is the film ko anumati di jaye ya nahi, ye vicharniye prashn hoga.
In the meantime, Swami Chakrapani Maharaj tweeted in Hindi, “In Shah Rukh Khan’s movie Pathaan, saffron and Hindu Sanskrit are insulted. Why is the censorship board for movies asleep? We’ll put a stop to it! Hindu Mahasabha will be against it. National President of the All India Hindu Mahasabha is Swami Chakrapani Maharaj.” Sanskriti Bachao Manch President Chandrashekhar Tiwari raised objections to the song “Besharam Rang” in Shah Rukh Khan’s movie Paathan. Sanskriti Bachao Manch members objected to Deepika Padukone’s attire because she was seen donning saffron-colored clothing.
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